First it was $20 million, then it was $400,000, but now it appears a compromise has been reached on how much it costs to print thousands upon thousands of sheets of paper when bills and memos go to the floors of the Senate and Assembly.

During the budget vote in the Assembly that spilled into Thursday morning, Jim Tedisco (R-Saratoga) spoke behind a wall of paper once again making the case for the Legislature to go paperless.

In the video posted below, Tedisco persuaded Assembly Ways And Means Chairman Denny Farrell (D-Manhattan) to explain the cost of printing is $13 million, plus an additional $40 million for waste management and disposal, according to a press release sent by Tedisco’s office.

Tedisco originally said the cost is estimated at $20 million dollars, which the Democratic majority disputed–putting the cost at only $400,000.